Statement of Privilege
I acknowledge the privileges that come with living in a straight-sized/thin, able-bodied, neurotypical, English-speaking, cisgender, educated/credentialed, middle class, white body.
While I am the expert of my own very privileged experience, I will never claim to be the expert of yours regardless of the level privilige you hold, or lack thereof – you are the best and only person for that job!
I believe that learning from others’ lived experiences is one of the best ways to gain much needed perspective, and when we know better, we can start to do better.
I believe in respect for all bodies, and in the power of active listening, validation, and compassionate care.
I believe that quality care should be accessible to all. As such, I offer pro bono services for marginalized groups and those experiencing financial hardship through Recovery Care Collective.
I am committed to standing in allyship and solidarity with those who hold marginalized identities through continued self-education, advocacy work, and re-distribution of resources.
Founder, Lead Dietitian